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Kauai

(Encyclopedia) Kauai kou?w?, circular island (1990 pop. 51,177), 549 sq mi (1,422 sq km), 32 mi (52 km) in diameter, N Hawaii, separated from Oahu island to the southeast by Kauai Channel. Lihue (?

Kauai County, HI Census Data

Hawaii Kauai County, Hawaii People QuickFactsKauai CountyHawaiiPopulation, 2005 estimate 62,6401,275,194Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2005 7.1%5.3%Population, 2000 58,?

Kauai County, HI Housing Statistics

Kauai county hawaii dp 4 profile of selected housing characteristics SubjectNumberPercent Total housing units25,331100.0UNITS IN STRUCTURE1-unit, detached17,82670.41-unit, attached1,?

Kauai County, HI Social Statistics

Kauai county hawaii dp 2 profile of selected social characteristics SubjectNumberPercent SCHOOL ENROLLMENTPopulation 3 years and over enrolled in school14,881100.0Nursery school,?

Kauai County, HI Economic Statistics

Kauai county hawaii dp 3 profile of selected economic characteristics SubjectNumberPercent EMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over44,920100.0In labor force28,35563.1Civilian?

Waialeale

(Encyclopedia) Waialeale, peak, Hawaii: see Kauai, island.

Niihau

(Encyclopedia) Niihau n?hou, island (1990 pop. 230), 70 sq mi (181 sq km), in Kauai co., Hawaii, W of Kauai island. It is mostly arid lowland, rising to 1,281 ft (390 m) at Paniau Mt. The island is?

Oahu

(Encyclopedia) Oahu ?ho?o, island (1990 pop. 836,231), 593 sq mi (1,536 sq km), third largest and chief island of Hawaii, part of Honolulu co., between Molokai and Kauai. Oahu is composed of two?

Hawaii

(Encyclopedia) Hawaii h?w??, hv?, 50th state of the United States, comprising a group of eight major islands and numerous islets in the central Pacific Ocean, c.2,100 mi (3,380 km) SW of San?